Ever Seen A DIRECT Translation of Obama’s Spoken Word With Stutters & All? …but, he’s a “great speaker”. Mmm, hmm…

I’ve made several videos that poke fun at Obama’s pathetic speaking ability in the past. Today I thought I’d try typing-out a direct translation of a video from 1995 of this most brilliant, most eloquent, most-gifted speaker to ever be our president. I think it’s funnier to read all of his stutters than it is to watch or listen to them.

Here’s the video. This video has been on YouTube since August of 2009 but is just now making the rounds again in the media. (Or for the 1st time? Not sure.) The DIRECT translation (stutters and all) is below the video.

Direct translation (word-by-word, stutter-by-stutter – I’ve updated this post to include the “media version” of this translation at the very bottom of this post):
Barry O (BO): …changes are, are inevitable. Uh, uh, technological change is gonna happen. Uh, scientific discoveries are gonna happen. Um. I, I think uh, would be, uh, collapse of communism I think we recognize that, uh, markets are gonna happen. Uh, but, having said all that, um, uh, I insist and in this I think I, I, I’m uh, inheriting, uh, wuh, wuh, what was probably the best part of the dream of both my father, uh, my African father, my white American mother, uh, I, I think that, the, the, the best, uh, uh legacy of theirs, my inheritance, is the notion that, uh, we collectively can, uh, uh decide on our fate. That, uh, that things like technological change, uh, uh, things like mass media, uh, things like the market are all subject to, uh, our control. That we can make decisions for better or for worse and uh, and, and, and, and, uh continue ta, ta, ta, ta move forward and, and progress.
Interviewer(INT): I, I agree with you up to a point.
BO: Uh huh.
INT: …and it’s, it’s, it’s the “us”…
BO: Right.
INT: …that can make those changes…
BO: Right.
INT: …that is, that is at issue.
BO: Right.
INT: And the issue is, does that “us” include ALL of us and, if so, what mechanisms for collective decision-making will we use? Or, does that “us” include those of us who own the major, uh…
BO: Well…
INT: …media and other corporate entities?
BO: Ya, you know, I, in the end I think it has to be, uh, it does have to be, uh, uh, uh, a broad, “us”. It does have to be democracy with a small “d”.
INT: OK. But, we have, we have 2 minutes. How are you going to achieve that in the face of an entire American history which speaks against it as a possibility?
BO: Well, you know what, uh, the uh, I, I would challenge, uh, uh, a reading of American history that, that, that would say that uh, uh the entire history of America is, is, uh, uh towards concentration of power…
INT: All right.
BO: ..and oppression. I, I think, uh, that American history moves in waves and cycles.
INT: I agree. I’m sorry. I, I, I over, I over-spoke.
BO: …an, an, an, an I, and I think that, uh, um, um, uh recapturing the, uh, uh, uh, the spirit that existed not just in the civil rights movement but in the union organizing movement, in the populist movement, uh, I think there is a, a, a running thread, uh, uh, one of the better angels of our nature in this country, uh, uh, which has been the notion that, yow (you+know), we can sit around the table and, and, and, uh, and find common ground. And, and, and, uh, make democracy work in the way that it, that it should be working. Uhhh, it’s not, uh, popular right now tuh, ta, ta say that, uh, and to believe in, in sort of a common good, uh, but, but I think, uh, that uh, notions of, of common good are, are the glue that hold our society together an, and make democracy possible.
INT: So, so you’re willing to stake your political career on that being a common ground(?)?
BO: Uuuuh, that’s, uuuuh, that’s uh, uh, the, the core of my faith. (Black Liberation TheologyChristianity based on Marxism – that’s his “faith”.)
INT: MmK. Well, the core of your faith and a lot of the ways that you (inaudible) are explained in “Dreams From My Father” and, uh, people who would like to get more of the details about the ideas and the history can, uh, go there. Uh, just tell us, uh, what, uh, what this book tour has been like in the last minute we’ve got here.
BO: Uuuuuuuuum, it has been ex.., uh, exhausting. Uh, you know I, we, uh, uh, as, as, as a lawyer I’m, I’m used to, uh, to, uh late-nights and, uh, think quick on my wits, but I, I must admit I had, uh, a more romantic notion of uh, of uh, the, uh, the publishing and, and book tour process. What I will say it has been wonderful, it has been to meet all the various people and, uh, uh, in the different cities that I’ve been working and, uh, that the reception has been terrific, the questions have been wonderful and, uh, and, uh I think I have learned as much as, uh, hopefully I’ve taught.
INT: OK. Good. A little bit like, uh, community organizing in Chicago with a different community.
BO: There ya go.
INT: OK, well thanks for talking to us…
BO: Thanks much.
INT: …good luck with the book and, uh, everything else.
BO: ‘preciate it.
INT: Sure.
__________END OF TRANSCRIPT__________

Awful. Just awful.

Just think, we “get” to listen to that inept, stuttering bag of wind until the day we all die. Lucky us, EH?

If you’d like video of his stuttering (there’s another 2 vids in the links at the top of this post), here you go:

This is the first, and longest, video I’ve made of Obama’s stutters. It is an 11-minute video of only his stuttering within a 41-minute press conference. I made 405 edits in the making of this video.
Obama IS a Great Speaker! Watch THIS!!! LOL

If you’d like to laugh at his cow of a wife stuttering through one of her speeches, here ya go. I made this video, too. (I only call her a cow because she enjoys restricting what others can eat while not doing so for her fat self. She is the definition of the word hypocrite.):

*****UPDATED*****
I thought I’d “translate” the above transcription so that it’s easier to discern what Barry is actually saying in the video. This could be considered a transcription that the media would provide so that they wouldn’t make Barry appear as the fool that he is:

Barry O: …changes are, are inevitable. Technological change is gonna happen, scientific discoveries are gonna happen, I think (another) would be (the) collapse of communism. I think we recognize that markets are gonna happen. Having said all that, I insist and in this I think I’m inheriting what was probably the best part of the dream of both my father, my African father, my white American mother, I think that the best legacy of theirs, my inheritance, is the notion that we collectively can decide on our fate. That things like technological change, things like mass media (and) things like the market, are all subject to our control. That we can make decisions for better or for worse and continue to move forward and progress.
Interviewer (INT): I agree with you up to a point.
BO: Uh huh.
INT: …and it’s the “us”…
BO: Right.
INT: …that can make those changes…
BO: Right.
INT: …that is at issue.
BO: Right.
INT: And the issue is, does that “us” include ALL of us and, if so, what mechanisms for collective decision-making will we use? Or, does that “us” include those of us who own the major…
BO: Well…
INT: …media and other corporate entities?
BO: …you know, in the end, I think it does have to be, a broad “us”. It does have to be democracy with a small “d”.
INT: OK. But, we have 2 minutes. How are you going to achieve that in the face of an entire American history which speaks against it as a possibility?
BO: Well, you know what? I would challenge a reading of American history that would say that the entire history of America is (geared?) towards concentration of power…
INT: All right.
BO: ..and oppression. I think that American history moves in waves and cycles.
INT: I agree. I’m sorry. I over-spoke.
BO: …and I think that recapturing the spirit that existed not just in the civil rights movement but in the union organizing movement, in the populist movement, I think there is a running thread. One of the better angels of our nature in this country which has been the notion that we can sit around the table and find common ground and make democracy work in the way that it should be working. It’s not popular right now to say that and to believe in sort of a common good, but I think that notions of common good are the glue that hold our society together and make democracy possible.
INT: So you’re willing to stake your political career on that being a common ground(?)?
BO: That’s the core of my faith. (Black Liberation Theology — Christianity based on Marxism – that’s his “faith”.)
INT: MmK. Well, the core of your faith and a lot of the ways that you (inaudible) are explained in “Dreams From My Father” and people who would like to get more of the details about the ideas and the history can go there. Just tell us what this book tour has been like in the last minute we’ve got here.
BO: It has been exhausting. You know, as a lawyer I’m used to late-nights and (having to) think quick on my wits, but I must admit I had a more romantic notion of the publishing and book tour process. What I will say (is that) it has been wonderful. It has been (wonderful) to meet all the various people and in the different cities that I’ve been working and that the reception has been terrific, the questions have been wonderful and I think I have learned as much as hopefully I’ve taught.
INT: OK. Good. A little bit like community organizing in Chicago with a different community.
BO: There ya go.
INT: OK, well thanks for talking to us…
BO: Thanks much.
INT: …good luck with the book and everything else.
BO: ‘preciate it.
INT: Sure.

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